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business in great berington, massachusetts, a community finding unique ways to get locals to shop on small business saturday. that more coming up next on "your business." >> small businesses are revitalizing the economy and american express open is here to help. that's why we're proud to present "your business" on msnbc. ♪ >> hi, there, everyone. i'm jj ramberg and welcome to "your business," the show that champions entrepreneurship by giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. now we've all heard of work/life balance. for actress and entrepreneur karen allen, finding that balance when her son was growing up was the key to allow her to cultivate her love of designing knit wear and opening her own store in great berington, massachusetts. but now that her son is grown, she's had to figure out how to find a work/work balance again as she continues her career as a busy working actress and director, as well as a small business owner. it's been almost six months since karen allen has been in her massachusetts textile design studio, splitting her time between acting, directing
of harvard, governor of massachusetts, united states senator. yes, and ambassador to england and secretary of state. lincoln taught himself. >> darn poor teacher, i'd say. >> i never said links con is a great man. maybe he isn't. but he's come a long way by the light of a pine knot with a shingle for a blackboard, charcoal for a pencil and a jack knife for an eraser. he taught himself to read and write and figure. and now he's president. >> but he won't be long. he's dead as a cock in a pit. thad stevens, republican foreleader in congress when advised of the president's decision to speak at gettysburg cemetery said the dead is going to eulogize the dead. >> that's it. the dead go to bury the dead. >> here's phil now. >> slower than mow lass ses. >> let me have "the new york times." >> that's phil still down at the depot this morning getting the train back to washington. he was there. said it wasn't much of a speech. >> says here exactly what happened. all it says is, president lincoln made a few remarks upon the occasion. >> everett, phil says, spoke longer than 57 minutes. one of the grea
. there was 1955 speech at the assumption college in my hometown of massachusetts, where he said about the cold war that i believe religion itself is at the root of the struggle and not in terms of the physical organizations or christianity versus those of atheism, but in terms of good versus evil and right versus wrong. and in his remarks during the campaign at the tabernacle in salt lake city, where he said the enemy is a communist system itself, insatiable and unceasing in its drive for world domination, it is also a struggle for supremacy between conflicting nato ologies, freedom under god versus godless turning. in kennedy's famous lines in the inaugural address, the same revolutionary beliefs for which we are still at issue around the globe. coming not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of god. we shall pay any price and bear any burden and meet any hardship and support any friends and oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty. and ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country. and in december 1962 he said it are two cho
-- resident of massachusetts general. then as a speechwriter for vice president mondale for their presidential campaign then when he came to the new republic in 1981. that was the golden age. and what was interesting is of group of people with a group of ideas that frequently fought over them but at any rate charles won the national award at coveted prize then when it to go to "the washington post" and since it has continued to write for the "washington post" as it is an inspiring columnist you write one column per week it you cannot do more than that but it called the most powerful force kahane of american kazoo for to miss them. calling him the most important conservative columnist. you can hear him tonight to hear questions from the floor so save up your questions you are in for a real treat. mr. krauthammer. [applause] >> 84 being here mr. president and mrs. bush. there are nice introductions and there are kind introductions that lists your achievements transcribe and notarize to end said your mother a copy. to state -- despite your pitch reduction you included things that i now have to ex
of massachusetts. his opponent had a marquis name, henry kabt lodge. kennedy won an upset again. they replicated this model in 1960 in the wisconsin proom ima in the west virginia primary. joseph kennedy stepped out of the spotlight, leaving the stage so his kids could shine. he stopped by the president elect's home in georgetown, to meet john f. kennedy jr. >> i counted this up. >> how do you feel about jackson? >> after all, it is amazing. >> joe kennedy was insistent that jack bring robert into the cabinet as attorney general. president kennedy could have someone he could absolutely trust in that position. rfk resisted the idea, tried to get washington wise men clark clifford to talk him out of it. we know how that went. >> i am pleased to accept the position of the attorney generalship of the united states. >> in 1961, joseph kennedy suffered a debilitating stroke, lived out the last decade of his life away from public view with the knowledge that his family name had become the gold standard of american political dynasties. for more on the party that joe built, i want to bring in philip john
in line two. no public school in 18th century boston admitted girls. beginning in 1701, massachusetts required for a messiah to teach boys to read and to write and girls to read. girls were not commonly taught to write in 18th century. they were taught inside to stitch. three in five women could not even find their names. many think about going to sign your name is not indication of literacy. it's a mechanical act. most of those who could sign their names could not actually write. the boston newspaper printed a dialogue between a tradesmen and his wife about the education of their daughter that gives you a glimpse of the 18th century ideas about women. the mother wishes to send her daughter to school. letter first fail to reach out during the bible that she may have mispronounced god people for constantinople. maker expert in radiator. the cosmic keeper and teacher was useful to boil and mixed the pudding, tonight, spin, so, to earn and to spend. i'll have her bread to book early, cookery. this is jane franklin's education. needle and thread. she cut her way to the candles, the worker
and air when you have projects of a higher decent. in this situation there massachusetts was not any significant issues >> views are not protected. >> private views are not protected. >> nicole are there any public view issues. >> it's protected but not private. >> okay. any comments? >> i think ultimately this comes to two views and as the acting da said the views are not protected. i'd make a motion to uphold >> deny the appeal. >> uphold the permit on the boos that the planning and code - >> i'm sorry what. >> don't error. >> thank you for correcting me. i'm sorry >> it's okay. >> we have a motion to uphold this permit on the basis it's code compliant. on that motion to uphold commissioner fong is absent (calling names) thank you. the vote is 4 to zero and the permit is upheld on that basis. >> no other business. okay. the meeting is hello, s lee here with activities worth buzzing about. there is much to do and see in sfrangs -- san francisco and we like to do it in the cheap. we like to enjoy the arts. join us for the korean culture festival from 11-4:00 p.m. and f
to the impacts on light and air when you have projects of a higher decent. in this situation there massachusetts was not any significant issues >> views are not protected. >> private views are not protected. >> nicole are there any public view issues. >>
there's nothing before the states office the duo minute massachusetts has the component side of it but there's the fee side it would be tough to have a system be approved on secretaries day to be awarded the privilege to execute a contract and the system to be up in a couple of years >> just is quick question to follow up. the question about an all mail in election you have to be enabled by the state; right? no matter what type of election whatever it is it has to be approved by state >> that goes back and forth. i've heard it through the vote by mail but really it might be r be a question formerly to the city attorney's office >> complaegz any other questions i hope you get some rest and a mr. rose budget analyst report. >> yes. as shown this tables 2 and 3 those tables are on pages 17 and 18 of our report. the proposed cost a as indicated would remain at the same rate of $400,000 plus and 3 hundred plus for maintenance and license agreement and ross the rates that are currently charges under the existing 2007 to 2013 agreement. we also point out over the 3 year shown i
to do more. massachusetts -- it worked, and god bless them. we were all looking for ways to expand to more people. this comes down and he jumped to 133%. i said, i am not worried about the computer glitch. it will fix that. they have a product problem. the product problem is this -- if we want to give the best care we can. if i met 100 and -- 133%, you might have more access than something i am forced to buy or that is a product -- that is a product problem. how do we give a young person the incentive to say, -- >> you're talking about sub standley up about trying to fix things. a lot of it is bridget. we are done with the. there are a lot of questions about what are the lessons learned about the shutdown and nearly breaching the debt ceiling. some people are saying that the tea party fire has been quelled. other people are saying you have ted cruz as popular as ever. you have people in the tea party who are ready to go. it does not seem to have the zeal for repeal and was skeptical about the mallet -- merits of a government shutdown. what you think things are as far as power in th
massachusetts is still thinking about running against me. >> bring it on! somethingt me say nothing nic nice about scott brown in case he becomes a fellow citizen. [laughter] will give you the shirt off his back and i have seen the photos to show it. [applause] thatone of the big issues congress has been dealing with is immigration reform. peopleople think that are sneaking across our borders, trying to get jobs they don't .ualify for that is enough about scott brown. [applause] you know there are two announced republican candidates for the united states senate, jim rubin and karen testament. that should be quite a primary. for those of you worried that dancing with the stars might go off the air, this will be a new source of entertainment. but to get serious tonight, the republicans think that the difficulties we have had with enrolling people in the new going toe care act are be their road to victory in 2014. but let me tell you something. and we all know this in this room. every american deserves a affordable quality healthcare. [applause] and that is why we are going to make the affordab
in massachusetts. i would get behind voting for him because i think he could. carry the democrats and 2016. i remember when he was mayor, and when he was mayor, he was very innovative. what he did with improving the city and crime, he did eight -- did an excellent job. became governor, he was only concerned about making his name nationally. host: thank you. can is in fremont, california on the buttons line. republicans line. arizona senator jeff flake. i think he would be an excellent candidate. host: why is that? -- lower like his view taxes, limited government, and strong national defense. host: ok. what you think about paul ryan? caller: i liked it. i like paul ryan and i like rick santorum. nominate someone like chris christie he is not going to stand much of a chance at all because he is in line with president obama too much as of late. i don't think we can defeat either vice president joe biden or hillary clinton. either one of them could be the nominee or they might get on the same ticket together, which is what i am afraid of. i don't think that governor christie could defeat either b
ridicule by calling those numbers consistent with what massachusetts, a state of only 6.5 million people, experienced in its initial rollout of romney care. sebelius also did not reveal the number of people who have actually paid for their new plans. she did not explain why the obama administration will withhold those numbers from the public until the middle of next month. >> the numbers are consistent with enrollment numbers that massachusetts reported and that we feel are the most accurate. by the 15th of december, we'll be able to begin to tell you how many people actually have paid for the first month of coverage. >> the sebelius revelations come after hours of heated testimony in front of two separate house committees. the top government technology officials grilled by house oversight on when the website will be fixed, and why it was launched without proper testing. and department of homeland security officials questioned by the committee on the site's lack of cybersecurity. fox news chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel with our report. >> reporter: many house lawmakers ga
to create the stability. >> that was elizabeth warren before became the massachusetts senator. both sides would have added. and they either love her or hated her, but with both sides and now we keep asking her to come back, but she won't. she's getting the buzz is presidential candidate. sheila joins us now. a woman from both sides. but unlike this, she comes back. i don't know what's going on here. but i will say that obviously she appear appeals to the extreme level. and moderating the approach from the point of view from the obama administration and they want to hear from this on the left. when it comes to that financial matters, that has to be very dangerous and it's something that you want about, politicizing these financial matters on either side. but i worry about where this is leading. what do you think? >> i don't think, that. >> okay. >> or not, so putting that aside from i don't think the same kind of things that she is pushing is that radical. i think she identies as the middle class. and she connects with the main street problems. i think the kinds of solutions are really rad
to be doing. >> yeah. well, i guess, if you're a conservative democrat from massachusetts, you get called a pragmatist. if you're a liberal republican from the south, you might get called a pragmatist. you know, kennedy, kennedy said sometimes it's not the labels that matter, and i go back and forth about whether he was right about that. i think the labels in some ways are useful lenses for helping us remember what actually happened. and that's, you know, that's really what i hope people >> my name is charles e. lee. he is running late, so we will go ahead and get started because this is being televised. the reporter on the scene when kennedy was killed. 1963. to my far left he was at docile and kennedy arrived he lives of the key players working on the warren commission that investigated the death of kennedy. was going to start with mr. willens. he is going to read five to eight minutes. then we will have chiles will read from his book for five to eight minutes the man then we will have this session and open it up to questions. thank you very much. >> proceed. >> like tech expressed by a
, massachusetts, a community finding unique ways to get locals to shop on small business saturday. that more coming up next on "your business." >> small businesses are revitalizing the economy and
military and veterans roundtables in massachusetts with holly petraeus, head of cfpb head of office of affairs. one issue for veterans is a growing scam involving the v.a.'s aid and attendance benefit, the benefit that helps cover the cost of nursing homes and in-home health aides for our disabled vets who don't have many resources. now, from what i understand the details of this scam are really grisly. a company offers to help a veteran sign up for the benefits. if the company determines the veteran has too many assets to qualify for the benefits, it tries to hide some of those assets by moving them to irrevocable trust or annuity that not only violates the spirit of the program, it often ends up hurting the veteran. the company generally charges huge fees, takes a fat cut of whatever financial product they end up selling to the veteran and moves the assets where the vets can't easily reach them meaning the veteran is actually in much worse financial shape than before the person applied for help. i understand one case where a veteran got set up with an annuity that wouldn't start p
of his life was in vermont and new hampshire, massachusetts also. nonetheless, he knew someone in ann arbor and came from the invitation of then president dan burton invited him in 1921 to be kind of a writer in residence. now, you can't throw a stone at a university without uncovering a writer or an artist in residence. but at that time, which is after all almost a century ago, it was close to a revolutionary notion. artists are kept at a very stiff arms removed from academe and frost was not a scholar, nor a university graduate himself. he ended up receiving all sorts of honorary degrees and became often a dr. of humane letters. at the time, he was some i.d. who is more known as a farmer and private citizen. for a university to invite him and say you are a person of consequence, why do you hang around was really rather remarkable. he came in 1821. the state for a year. he went back to vermont and returned again for a couple of years. 1923 and 224. so his tenure here was relatively brief. it was nonetheless during an important. but his creative life and the problems we think of as ab
. [applause] you might have heard that scott brown -- [crowd boos] scott brown from massachusetts is still thinking about running against me. let me say something nice about scott brown in case he does become a fellow citizen. [laughter] he will give you the shirt off his back and i have seen the photos to prove it. [applause] one of the issues that congress is dealing with is immigration reform. some people think that people are sneaking across our borders, trying to get jobs they don't qualify for. [laughter] that is enough about scott brown. [laughter] [applause] there are two announced republican candidates for the senate -- jim reuben and karen and hesterman. that should be quite a primary. [laughter] for those of you that "dancing with the stars" might go off the air, this will be a new source of entertainment. to get serious tonight, you him him know, the republicans think that the difficulties at we have had with enrolling as you we have had with enrolling people in the new as a affordable care act are you are you -- going to be their road to victory in 2014. but let me tell you so
thing there's a genius about him. >> this is senator john f. kennedy of massachusetts. >> he can generalize from what he's watching and he knows that he's great on television. he knows there's a new force coming in politics in america and it's television. >> i accept the nomination of the democratic party. >> reporter: kennedy rolls over lyndon johnson and other more seasoned senators to become the democratic nominee. >> we disagree very fundamentally on the position of the united states. >> reporter: he then outshines vice president richard nixon, the republican candidate, in the first ever televised presidential debate. >> that's the argument between mr. nixon and myself and on that issue american supreme to make their judgment. >> reporter: and despite his youth, inexperience and catholic background, john f. kennedy wins the white house. >> so help me god. (cheers and applause) >> reporter: and delivers an inaugural address that still resounds. >> and so, my fellow americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. (cheers and applause)
in washington state and the superstructure in texas, and the i'vionics in massachusetts, and spread the jobs around america so a whole lot of people lobby for an aircraft to be purchased by the military. >> that's what happened with the c27j. despite the pentagon's plans to stop the plane, ohio senators and other fought to keep them going claiming hundreds of jobs were on the line at national guard facilities there. >> there's a lot of politics and senators in congress looking to keep jobs in their districts. it's a perfect way to keep jobs and equip the military. >> with half a million already spent the defense department is making plans to unload the remaining 14 aircraft. >> they will be regenerated for somebody in the federal government and i expect soon. >> what are the possible uses for the c 27j. >> right now the three most common are three entities - special operation command, guard. >> the handovers could cost taxpayers more money. for example america tonight review a proposal. it wants to use the aircraft as transport for parachute teams for firefighters and convert the plane to ai
her home in massachusetts to study with marina and the alonzo king line ballet that. program is offered by dominican university in san rafael. she practices in the morning in san francisco and returns to san rafael to do her academic work in the afternoon. >> i don't want to be like a hassle to my choreographers, i want to be easy. i want them to challenge me and not like hold back. >> she knows more about it than we do so it's hard for us to guide her. it's more like she's our teacher. that's really quite extraordinary that you are trying to figure out how that momentum goes there or how to balance that or how to create that line. >> how difficult is it to not have the use of one arm, if you can show me? >> it's difficult to do like the turns. >> but she did it flawlessly. >> and i couldn't even do that with two arms. that was beautiful. she said her goal is to become a professional dancer some day. >> feels good. and i want my audience to like see how it feels good to just move. >> in san francisco, leeann melanodes abc7 news. >>> with president obama reeling over the cripp
in massachusetts. annual event in boise, idaho, where campers can come and hone the force and lig lights lightsaber skills. >> i would have been a rebel and lost every fight. >> he's got some scars to show it. >> you got it to kiss it. >> i think it's time for weather and > > >>>. >> we have very serious weather. high risk for severe weather. northern tennessee valley. this could be very dangerous today. something that you'll need to watch. detroit you're included in the moderate risk. our affiliate from xyz, they're mild and windy. later in the evening for dinnertime in detroit, is where the storms get closer. >>> you look at the violent storm area, i think that's fuchsia area, south bend, far western kentucky, that's where the heart of the tornado action could be. you'll see 80-mile-per-hour wind possibilities. we'll see a violent day ahead. something to note. flash flooding could be an issue in some of these storms, too. from eastern arkansas to southern indiana, that's another threat. i'll leave you with a look of the southeast, ahead of that front they're going to be stormy but not bad. that's
that republicans have one. first was scott brown in massachusetts. there was a lot of national money there. at the center of that race was obamacare, which had not passed yet. it was -- scott brown was supposed to be the senator who could stop it. the wave in the house made gains in the senate but were not able to win those races. if you think about what republicans have lost since president obama was first , mitt romney12 explicitly did not run against obamacare or on health care. mostly because he was trying to get away from his record in massachusetts. republicans looking at this from a political perspective need to in criticizing obamacare and going after online health care, but it will also own,re a plan of their there are a lot of plans in the house and the senate that republicans are throwing out there, some good ideas, but there needs to be some leadership. someone who can take these ideas and say -- here is the republican vision for what health care should look like. it does not look like the old one and it certainly does not look like obamacare. this health care debate may stretc
memories of john f. kennedy? >> that is a big memory. every friday the president came to massachusetts with my father and all the grandchild, or the children or the cousins, whatever you call us, would rush to the helicopter and greet our fathers because we were so it gooded about seeing them usually the president would get into a golf court and we would pile on and he would run it up and down the hills as fast as he could and we would laugh and scream and think it was all so much fund. >> did you think of him as the president or jack? >> he was uncle jack to me until he was president but when he became the president that was very important and as you can imagine my father being the attorney general each night we would pray that my father would be the best attorney general ever and that uncle jack would be best president ever so there was the connection that he was the president and he had a lost important work to do. >> the day he died, your father gave you a letter. >> actually, this is the day that my uncle was buried, my father wrote me and you can imagine it was...he had the love
romney did it in massachusetts. 98.5%. >> they won't forget it completely it doesn't seem. >> any more than they forget the government shutdown. >> how do you justify my constituents who are calling me, a lady betsy in rockford, illinois, said her policy is being canceled and her costs are skyrocketing. how are you going to fix that these people were promised more affordable insurance, insurance for everybody. >> betsy should get a tax subsidy and her actual premium will be lower. >>> i want to turn quickly to iran, this week may be a very big week with negotiations with iran, with secretary kerry, the white house seems cautiously optimistic about this. the state department seems cautiously optimistic they can get a deal with iran. we've heard this before and nothing happened. is it going to happen, bret, you think? >> well, it's very hard to say. everyone thought that the last deal was going to happen and it failed on french objections. who would have thought that the french are actually quite serious about this. >> even though secretary kerry said they all agreed. you're not sure tha
in his memory along the charles river in boston, massachusetts. >> she talked about the establishment of the library. can you talk about what she did to preserve and enhance the legacy of john kennedy's presidency? >> it did start with the library. j.f.k. looked at what was going to be the site of his presidential library on the boston side of the charles across the river from most of harvard. she started to raise money for it and she began to think about who should be the architect. most people would have found an established architect like edward dorrel stone who did the kennedy center here in washington, known for doing government buildings and in my view surpassing ugliness and massiveness. she employed one that was little known because she was thought he was much more in the spirit of j.f.k. who was young and was not well known himself. >> she also -- speaking of architect. the president with john carl weirneke. he had helped her with the saving of lafayette square and putting in low rise brick buildings that blended in. he designed the grave site. she worked hard with him on tha
-- boos] scott brown from massachusetts is still thinking about running against me. let me say something nice about scott brown in case he does become a fellow citizen. [laughter] you the shirt off his back and i have seen the photos to prove it. [applause] one of the issues that congress is dealing with is immigration reform. peopleople think that are sneaking across our borders, trying to get jobs they don't qualify for. [laughter] that is enough about scott brown. [laughter] [applause] there are two announced republican candidates for the senate -- jim reuben and karen hester men. at should be quite a primary. [laughter] that "dancingou with the stars" might go off the air, this will be a new source of entertainment. to get serious tonight, you know, the republicans think that the difficulties at we have had with enrolling people in the new affordable care act are going to road to -- their victory in 2014. but let me tell you something. we all know this in this room. every american deserves affordable, quality health care. [applause] that is why we are going to make the affordable car
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